local farms

On our Farm in Fetcham

We rear 360 head of beef cattle, fed only on our grass, silage, hay and barley,which we grow ourselves. In recent years we have diversified into sheep and now with a flock of 300 Llyn ewews crossed with Charolais rams we produce 500 lambs. We also have a flock of 50 Winter Lambing Dorsets, milk lamb for Easter. All of this is sold in both our shops. We now graze over 800 acres of grassland, which includes the very picturesque Polesden Lacey Estate in Great Bookham and Chapel Farm in Westhumble. We stock Limousin and Sussex cattle for their grazing ability, confirmation and great flavour.

Dunley Hill farm, Ranmore Common, Nr Dorking, Surrey


Brothers Hugh, son Ian and James Watt keep 200
Charolais x Texel ewes. the ewes lamb during
March/April, with the first draw of lambs to our shop in
July, when they are reared on creep feed, as are all the
lambs that we buy 'off-farm'. we continue to draw lambs
from Dunley Farm until the end of January/February the
following year. These lambs that are taken throughout the
winter months are fattened on turnips, grass and
whole crop oats.

Well Farm, Adversane, Nr Billingshurst, West Sussex

A flock of 80 charolais, Texel and South Down ewes.
Here we take the lambs in the Autumn/Winter.

Park Farm, Lurgashall, Midhurst, West Sussex

Situated on the edge of the scenic South Downs a flock
of Texel X ewes are lambed at the end of January with
the first crop coming into the shop during April/May
following through until August.

Our Pork

Is all produced by Richard Scott from Chicester an outdoor free-range producer, grown slowly, slightly fatter for a traditional flavour, with crispy crackling. We also dry cure and smoke our own Bacon on the premises-well worthy of a try.

Fresh Game

Is available when in season, and we hold a very comprehensive selection. A good range of frozen game is in stock for the rest of the year. We have locally shot Roe Deeer with Pheasant and Duck from local shoots when in season.

Etherly Farm, Forest Green, Nr Dorking, Surrey


Richard Keen keeps free-range ducks and large slow
growing chickens. They are fed on soaked barley.
The ducks reach a weight of between 2.5kg and 4kg NYD (New York Dressed or ' nothing yet done') and the chickens reached a weight up to 6kg NYD.

pig